hanrahan Meyers architects (hMa) create uniquely branded sustainable and green spaces and master plans. hMa's collaborative design process has produced award-winning designs featured at the Museum of Modern Art and in publications worldwide. In 2007, partner Victoria Meyers published 'designing with light' with Laurence King / Abbeville Press, featured on National Public Radio and in arts and architecture bookstores worldwide. hMa clients enjoy modern style, and have access to our firms experience producing sustainable design, custom interiors, and unique corporate branding.
Victoria Meyers is a founding partner of hanrahanMeyers architects (hMa). She has been a principal on a number of award-winning projects in the firm, including Red Hook Center for the Arts, Marfa Theater, Schrom Studios, Arts International, Sagaponac House, and Ojai Festival Performance Shell. In addition to numerous public projects, Ms. Meyers works with residential clients on the design of award-winning houses, loft apartments, and furniture design. in 2004, Ms. Meyers was one of twelve designers chosen from a field of international talent to have her work showcased as part of the 'Wonder Women' show mounted by Dune Furniture during ICFF weekend.
Ms. Meyers published Designing with Light with Laurence King Publishers, London / Abbeville Press in 2006 cataloging hMa's research into natural light. Ms. Meyers has taken a leadership role in bringing sustainable and green knowledge to the firm, completing courses in sustainable and green design through her post-professional researches into Green and Sustainable design practices. Ms. Meyers received her M. Arch from Harvard and an A.B in Art History and Civil Engineering from Lafayette College.
Thomas Hanrahan is a founding partner if hanrahanMeyers architects (hMa). He has been principal on a number of award-winning projects, including Hunt's Point Performance Center, Holley Residence (featured at the Museum of Modern Art in 1999), Pratt Design Center, and the Interpretive Center museum in Chattanooga, Tennessee.
Mr. Hanrahan works with urban design clients, including Battery Park City Authority, where hMa are the official master plan architects for the North Neighborhood. In 2004 Mr. Hanrahan hosted a symposium in New York in collaboration with Metropolis magazine titled: 'Global Warming'. The symposium addressed issues of green technologies applied to building construction as well as regional urbanism and sustainable development.
Mr. Hanrahan received his B. Arch from the University of Illinois and his M. Arch from Harvard's Graduate School of Design.